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Gongs of Joy: Gong Bath Meditation

$20 Tickets

Doors open at 7pm.

Join A. Michelle and Joy for a Gong Bath Meditation. Come to clear, energize and balance through the deep vibration and resonance of the gongs. This extraordinary sound experience allows you to rest into your deeper self and move into a dream-like state while waves of gong tones wash over, around and through you . Immersed in holistic sound, your mind, body and spirit tune into a state of profound relaxation and spontaneous healing. Leave with greater clarity, inner peace, and a connection to your inner truth and joy! Bring whatever you need to be comfortable on the floor.WHAT IS A GONG BATH ?

A gong bath is like a very deep and lasting massage that tunes the body and soul to align with vibration of the bronze gongs. Usually lying on your back, arms at your sides, you receive the resonance of these vibrational instruments to help wash away worries, concerns and blocks that separate you from your true nature – the sacred self. Immediate benefits of a gong bath may include deeper sleep, relief from chronic pain and stress, and an overall increase in your sense of well-being.


Gongmaster JOY is the sacred sound healing artist playing the Gongs of Joy! She played the gongs with The Resonant Voices of the Spheres for 6 years, and was a co-founding member of the original ensemble. Joy’s teacher, Grand Gongmaster Don Conreaux, has been an inspiration and guide in helping her follow the Way of the Gong. Joy offers gong baths, private gong healing sessions, gong workshops, and other rituals in the southern New England area. She is also a psychotherapist, health and nutritional counselor, and spiritual guide, helping clients to release stress, develop better eating habits and food choices, and bring balance to mind, body and spirit!

Drumsinger A.MICHELLE is gifted with a rich voice and a multi-octave range. She channels Sacred Sound in harmony with Native American flutes, rattles and drums, to facilitate therapeutic soundings and guided meditations. Properly grounded and focused in love, these sacred sounds are highly transformational and can assist with raising one’s own energetic vibration. In the music business for 20+ years, A. Michelle co-founded Big Noise LLC, an international music production and artist development firm whose clients have included Christina Aguilera, Jim Brickman, and Brian Wilson.

A. Michelle has been co-creating drum circles and leading sound meditations since 2002. Combining sounds of gongs, singing bowls, drums and flutes, A. Michelle supports blissful harmonic attunement for body, mind, and spirit.

When: Mar 21, 2018 7:30PM in Fall River, MA

Shipyard Wreck

$15 Advance | $20 Day of Show

Doors open at 7pm.

Shipyard Wreck is a blues-rock band out of SouthCoast MA and has had a long list of band members over the years. The band was founded by James M. Gagne in the year 2000 shortly after graduating high school along with bandmates and has carried the band's spirit until current day. The band revolves around excellence in musicianship amongst all members, having fun with music, crafted lyrics delivered by a soulful, powerful voice and striving to always entertain no matter what it takes to get it done. The band has evolved into what it is today performing covers and original songs to many public venues & private events. In 2005, "Reflect & Shine", a ten song original album was released and spurred on the beginning of SW's real creative spirits. In December of 2017, the band released nine brand new songs and one remake of an older song called "Lighten Up" on the album entitled "Lucy Goosie" featuring the hit ska-rock song "Can't Take It No More".

Currently, the band is consisted of James M. Gagne on lead vocals/guitar/harp, Thom Hiller on guitar/vocals, Rob Massoud on keys/bass, Dan Rapoza on drums and Geoffrey Fortin on drums. Studio engineer of "Lucy Goosie" joined in on the band's latest recording on guitars. The band continues to entertain people all over and hopes to gain national & international success one day. Former members include Peter Magalhaes (drums/vocals), Dan O'Rourke (bass), Peter Lucas (bass), Adam Dykas (guitar), John Fernandes (guitars), and Bill Ferri (bass).

When: Mar 22, 2018 8pm in Fall River, MA

Shovels And Rope

Charleston, South Carolina-based indie folk duo Shovels & Rope consist of married singer/songwriters Michael Trent and Cary Ann Hearst. Like Trent, who also played with the indie rock band the Films, Hearst had spent the years prior pursuing a solo career, utilizing her raw yet melodious and expressive voice to deliver a handful of albums, one of which landed a single, "Hell's Bells," in the 2010 season of True Blood. Inspired by the likes of Woody Guthrie, Elvis Costello, Bob Dylan, the Cramps, and the soulful harmonies of Johnny Cash and June Carter, the pair provided tour support for like-minded artists such as Justin Townes Earle, Hayes Carll, and the Felice Brothers before heading into the studio to lay down the tracks for their debut. The resulting O' Be Joyful, which channeled country, bluegrass, and blues through a nervy indie rock prism, was released in 2012. The album fared well with critics and roots music fans, and at the 2013 Americana Music Honors & Awards, Shovels & Rope were named Best Emerging Artist.

When: Mar 23, 2018 8pm in Fall River, MA
Cost: $37 Advance | $42 Day of Show

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About Fall River, MA
The city of Fall River was founded in 1803 as a town and then incorporated in 1854 as a city. Fall River is located in Bristol County about 50 miles from Boston. The city's name originated from a Native American name "Quequchan" which means falling water.

To bring tourism to its full potential in Fall River there are many places of interest. In the city you will find the U.S.S Memorial, Fall River Heritage State Park, and the Old Colony and Fall River Rail Road Museum.

During the Halloween season Fall River also has numerous haunted attractions including the Factory of Terror or the Asylum of Horror. The Lizzie Borden Museum is also a bed and breakfast where you will learn the story of the murder mystery that was never solved. Stay if you dare!!